Monday 27 March, 19:30 - 21:30, Great Hall
The combined voices of the pupils and parents of Merchant Taylors’ School, St. Helen’s School, St John’s Prep School and Merchant Taylors’ Prep School will perform Leonard Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and Constant Lambert’s Rio Grande in a Joint Concert that, this year, has a jazz theme. The jazz bands of MTS and St. Helen’s also feature, joining forces for a Joint Big Band performance in the first half. Please register to buy tickets for this concert.
Tickets are £10, £5 for concessions. Staff are entitled to two free tickets each. Please click here to book.
An Audience with Interfaith Leaders
Thursday 30 March, 19:00 - 21:30, Exam Hall
'A Discussion on the Afterlife' with Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, Jay Lakhani, Rabbi David Lister and Ahtsham Ali. Each guest speaker will give a ten-minute presentation and a Q & A will follow. Suggested donation £5. All proceeds go to Mount Vernon Cancer Care. Please click here to book. Download Flyer
Arts and Creatives Networking Reception
Thursday 11 May, 18:00 - 21:00, The Cartoon Museum, London
Our 2017 Arts and Creatives networking reception will take place at London's Cartoon museum, W1CA 2HH. Parents of Merchant Taylors’, St Helen’s, OMTs and parents of OMTs are invited to this special evening at London's Cartoon Museum. Martin Rowson (OMT 1972-1978), Guardian cartoonist, and trustee of the Museum, will be speaking at the event. This is a fantastic opportunity to network with those working in the arts and creative industries, including the performing arts, media, design, publishing, marketing and communications. Tickets must be booked in advance and cost £10 per person. Please click here to book.
An Evening with Nick Clegg
Wednesday 28 June, 19:30, Great Hall
Join us for an evening with a man who needs no introduction. Whatever your political persuasion, if you wish to understand politics in Britain today, you cannot afford to miss this event. Nick Clegg will be speaking about his book ‘Politics: Between the Extremes’. Adult tickets are £18 and include a copy of the book. A discount price of £6 is available to students, however this price does not include a copy of the book. Please click here to book.